Apple and its Chinese supplier Foxconn have been accused of violating labour laws on the eve of the launch of the iPhone 11.Apple and its Chinese supplier Foxconn have been accused of violating labour laws on the eve of the launch of the iPhone 11.
Apple and its Chinese supplier Foxconn have been accused of violating labour laws on the eve of the launch of the iPhone 11.

Apple iPhone 11 launch marred by claims Foxconn factory broke labour laws

  • Companies confirm excessive use of temporary workers but deny bulk of report by China Labour Watch

Topic |   Foxconn
Apple and its Chinese supplier Foxconn have been accused of violating labour laws on the eve of the launch of the iPhone 11.Apple and its Chinese supplier Foxconn have been accused of violating labour laws on the eve of the launch of the iPhone 11.
Apple and its Chinese supplier Foxconn have been accused of violating labour laws on the eve of the launch of the iPhone 11.
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